Florida Polytechnic University senior Andrew Wernersbach's hard work and dedication to his education have resulted in an exceptional job waiting for him at Ball Aerospace after his graduation in May 2024.
With the long holiday weekend just a few days away, Florida Polytechnic University wishes the entire University community a happy Thanksgiving. Those staying on campus and those leaving to spend the holiday with friends and family should be mindful of the following changes to campus services and closures during the break.
The road to victory is paved with sunshine for a determined team of Florida Polytechnic University students. Phoenix Racing is an interdisciplinary group working to design and build a solar racecar to take on vehicles built by students from many of the country's top universities.
Joining the military was a huge opportunity for Joshua Lewis - it was the key to achieving his personal and professional dreams.
Florida Polytechnic University's Office of Public Policy Events brought together experts in policy, law, technology, and commercialization for a panel discussion about what is coming down the road for the future of autonomous vehicles.
Florida Polytechnic University professors with advanced research in fields such as nanotechnology, rare earth element recovery, and electrical and computer engineering have been named to a prestigious list of the world's top 2% of scientists.
From a modest upbringing to global recognition as a renowned leader in electrical and computer engineering, Florida Polytechnic University professor Dr. Muhammad Rashid is using his personal accomplishments to inspire and improve the future of education in his field.
The future of Florida Polytechnic University and its relationship with Fortune 500 company IFF was discussed at Florida Poly's annual Corporate Impact Summit on Thursday, Oct. 26.
The unmistakable sounds of classic American barbershop music can often be found wafting across Florida Polytechnic University - echoing in the Innovation, Science, and Technology Building, serenading groups at The Nest, and reverberating inside the atrium at the Barnett Applied Research Center.
Florida Polytechnic University students are getting an inside look at STEM career opportunities across varied industries - including those many don't immediately associate with engineering and applied sciences.